How much does it cost to see Train in Seattle?
Watching Train perform live in Seattle might set you back about $138. This is just an estimate based on previous Train ticket sales on SeatGeek though. The actual price of a ticket will be influenced by your specific seat and the date of the show, among other factors. Looking for a way to find cheaper Train tickets? We've got some advice:
- Avoid weekend shows if you can
- Look at Train concerts near Seattle
- Keep an eye on tickets since prices change frequently and you can often spot a deal if you're on the lookout
Train at CenturyLink Field
If Train is coming through Seattle, there's a good chance there will be a stop at CenturyLink Field. It's the #1 concert venue in Seattle based on SeatGeek's ticket data. The most likely alternatives are either Key Arena or WaMu Theater. With a capacity of 72000, concerts at CenturyLink Field are usually a big production with quite a few fans in attendance. You can browse upcoming events at the venues mentioned above by visiting one of their pages: CenturyLink Field, Key Arena or WaMu Theater.
History of Train in Seattle
Avid Train fans may have already seen them in concert in Seattle. The very first Train show in Seattle to which SeatGeek sold tickets was on 6/8/16 and took place at Neumos.
Seattle has seen some pretty big tour stops over the years. SeatGeek's ticket data lists Beyonce, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran as the three most popular tour stops in Seattle over the past 10 years. If you'd like to see other concerts in Seattle, you can check out our Seattle concerts page.